14 December 2017 – 20:16
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
praised the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, on Thursday, the role of the international coalition and the neighboring countries of the world and for their contribution to the “completion of the victory on the historic Daesh”, while these countries called for “contribution” in the reconstruction of the liberated areas.
“On the occasion of the announcement of the great victory day, Iraq thanks the role of the International Alliance and sisterly, friendly and neighborly countries in particular who have stood a heroic position in supporting and supporting the Iraqi armed forces in all their forms,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub said in a press release. Its just war on gangs, which did not hesitate to provide air support, advisory, logistical and intelligence, which contributed to the achievement of this historic victory.
“Iraq appreciates the supportive stance of the United Nations and the Security Council, which, in partnership with the United States, Germany, Britain and the voting countries, has adopted important international resolutions to fight terrorism to limit the movement of its fighters and to limit its sources of funding, oil trade and smuggled effects, such as Security Council resolutions 2170, 2177 and 2199, “He said.
“Mahjoub said,” It is grateful to the organizations and organizations that have assessed and evaluated the high and disciplined performance of our armed forces in all its formations, which fought honorably and valorously and their humanitarian support for the file of our displaced children as a result of these military operations. “He said,” Do not forget the media performance and professional coverage, And the international that accompanied our heroic forces on the fronts of fighting. ”
“We have fought on behalf of the whole world and have not failed in our position with us, and tomorrow Iraq is the bearer of the first brigade in fighting and defeating terrorism with the sacrifices of its honorable sons,” Mahjoub said.
On December 9, 2017, Haidar al-Abadi, commander-in-chief of the armed forces, announced the liberation of all Iraqi territory from the control of the Da’ash organization.